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 Medical Laboratory Science

Medical Laboratory Scientist Practicum Program

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Program Mission

The mission of the Marshfield Labs Medical Laboratory Science Program is to provide a quality educational experience for students completing a practicum in Medical Laboratory Science.  In keeping with the mission of Marshfield Labs, the program will provide didactic and practical training that will promote high standards of patient care and medical practice.  


Program Goals and Competencies

The goal of the program is to produce an entry-level laboratory professional that can perform in-vitro analysis of biologic specimens according to the procedures established for routine and specialized areas of the laboratory.  The graduate will be able to participate in the supportive functions of quality control, instrument operation, troubleshooting, teaching, and problem resolution.  The graduate will exhibit qualities of leadership and professionalism.  The graduates will be expected to:

  • Analyze human and animal fluids
  • Operate/maintain instrumentation and methods
  • Maintain accurate and timely records
  • Provide clear, appropriate, and timely communications
  • Participate in educational instruction and professional development
  • Maintain attendance
  • Promote and contribute to safety
  • Adhere to the standards of compliance programs
  • Demonstrate an understanding of sound research design and practice
  • Participate in the management of human, financial, and material resources
  • Practice their profession in a professional and ethical manner 

By the conclusion of the rotation, students are expected to have acquired the knowledge and skills necessary to function as entry-level MLS professionals.

 

Accreditation 

The Medical Laboratory Science program at Marshfield Labs was established in 1947 and is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).  Information regarding program accreditation status may be obtained from NAACLS at 5600 N. River Rd., Suite 720, Rosemont, Illinois, 60018-5119, Ph. 773-714-8880, or at www.naacls.org. 


NAACLS Outcome Measures


OUTCOME MEASURES

YEAR ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​


2017-18 ​

2018-19 ​

2019-20 ​

2020-21 ​

​2021-22 ​

ASCP BOC Pass Rates

6/6

100%

5/5

100%

7/7

100%

6/6

100%

6/6

100%

Graduation Rates

6/6

100%

5/5

100%

7/7

100%

7/7

100%

6/7

86%

Placement Rates

6/6

100%

5/5

100%

7/7

100%

6/6

100%

6/6

100%​



​​​​Addition Program Information

Lab Education Policy and Procedure Manual​

MLS Student Handbook​

Student Application​​

Dealine for applications: October 1st

Reference​ Form (PDF)

Instru​ct​io​ns ​(PDF)​

​Contact Lab Education

Phone: 715-221-6332

Send us a message​

Program Director​:
Rebecca Beckmann, MS, MLS(ASCP)cm
Contact Program Director​​​